|“||Requiescat in Pace.||”|
|— Ezio Auditore|
Ezio was a Florentine noble during the Italian Renaissance and, unbeknownst to most historians and philosophers, a Mentor of the Italian Assassins.
Ezio remained unaware of his Assassin heritage until the age of 17, when his father and two brothers, Federico and Petruccio, were murdered before his eyes. Forced to flee his birthplace with his remaining family, Ezio took refuge in the Tuscan town of Monteriggioni, at the Villa Auditore. Learning of his heritage from his uncle, Mario Auditore, Ezio began his Assassin training and his quest for vengeance against the Grand Master of the Templar Order, Rodrigo Borgia, who had ordered the execution of his father and two brothers.
During his quest, Ezio managed to not only unite the pages of Altaïr's Codex for the first time since Domenico Auditore but also to save the cities of Florence, Venice, and Rome from the Templars' control. He ensured the future travels of Christoffa Corombo to the "New World," liberated Rome from Borgia control, and prevented the rise to power of Ercole Massimo's Cult of Hermes, helping spread the Renaissance and Assassin ideals of independence and free thought throughout Italy.
In the years that followed, Ezio began a quest to rediscover the lost history of the Order. Traveling to the aged fortress of Masyaf in order to learn more about his ancestors, he discovered the fortress overrun with Templars and made his way to the city of Constantinople to uncover the location of the Seals of Altaïr which, as he discovered, would unlock a powerful weapon when brought together.
- Roman Sword
- Roman Crossbow
- Hidden Blades
- Hidden Gun
- Swing Punch
- Swipe Kick
- Crossbow Shot
Full Synchronization: Ezio throws his smoke bomb under his feet, and if the opponent is struck with the stiletto slash, Ezio will quickly slash them twice more with his hidden blade and sword, shoot from the crossbow, and then from the hidden gun.